Code: Blue MY 50M Luxury Yacht Concept
The prolific Austrian yacht design firm, motion mode: blue,
have just released the initial sketches of their latest project.
Unlike their current Sentori line of watercraft, like the Sentori
84 S and the 58
R, which have both gone straight into production, the MY
50M is just a concept for now. However that doesn't mean it
hasn’t been designed with production in mind, and the yacht
can be built on request.
The main aim of the designers was to create a new shape for
super yachts. One which was both modern, but also stylish and
timeless. When the managing directors of mc:b had their first
meeting with their clients, they were told: "We want
a stunning design. If the yacht appears at port Hercules in
Monaco, everyone should be overwhelmed. Design something like
The Wally//One is a new powerboat from the Monaco-based yacht
manufacturers Wally. The Wally//One is the replacement vessel
for the company's successful Wally//Tender model. It features
better performance, more gadgets, superior comfort and extra
space over its predecessor - which has been in production for
Anytime the words 'boat' and 'Monaco' are used in the same breath,
you can be sure there is an unreasonably large price tag lurking
somewhere near. The Wally//One is no exception, and prices start
at whopping €580,000 EUR ($834,000 / £510,000). That's an awful
lot of cash for a something that is described as a ‘day boat’.
OPEN WATER 60 M Explorer Yacht
If you’re a billionaire oceanographer in the market for a new
yacht to explore the world’s oceans, from remote Pacific archipelagos
to the deep waters of the Marianas trench, then the naval designers
at motion code: blue would like to sit down for a chat. Their
latest creation is a 60 meter (197 foot) explorer yacht which
will be built by the Sentori Yacht Group.
The Sentori OPEN WATER 60 M is designed to offer all the amenities
of a luxury yacht, combined with the ability to be self-sufficient
during epic ocean-crossing journeys. The high bow is a distinctive
sign of an explorer yacht, as it helps protect against the high
waves of rough seas. As a bonus it gives the vessel an impressive
appearance, especially useful when pulling into places like
Monaco where hundreds of luxury yachts constantly vie for attention.